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National War Museum CLOSURE

The National War Museum, Valletta. Sunday the 21st September will be the last time the National War Museum will be opening from its current location. With original footage and memorabilia from the Second World War, as well as artefacts from as far back as 1798, the museum offers a trip of nostalgia for those who […]

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Donations to the National War Museum

Donations by Corporal Herb Tollefson USAAF (Rt.) of his World War II USAFAF uniform and Mr John Mifsud Jr. of his father’s medals and badges to the National War Museum. Independence Day 2014 was that more special to a retired World War II USA veteran who came back to Malta with a mission. On 4 […]

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Free admission to two Heritage Malta museums on September 8th

Heritage Malta will be opening two of its museums and sites for free on September 8th – Victory Day – while another two sites will be open at half-price. The National War Museum and the Malta Maritime Museum will be open free of charge between 9am and 5pm with the last entrance at 4:30pm, while […]

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Notte Bianca 2012 – Heritage Malta programme

?- National Museum of Archaeology (museum open from 18:00hrs till 02.00hrs) Bateman Exhibition Opening of permanent Phoenician exhibition Educational competitions – National Museum of Fine Arts (museum open from 18:00hrs till 02.00hrs) National Museum of Fine Arts – Then, now??and in Between: a collection of abstract works by Anna Miggiani Auberge d?Italie National Museum of […]

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Free Entrance to Two Heritage Malta museums

Heritage Malta will be opening two of its museums for free to the general public on Saturday 8th of September, a public holiday. The museums included within this open day are the National War Museum in Valletta and the Malta Maritime Museum in Birgu. During this open day visitors will also have the opportunity to […]

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Donation of a Set of Medals to the National War Museum

The National War Museum collection of medals was augmented further by the donation of a set of medals. These medals pertained to Lieutenant Colonel Walter Fava, who served in the Royal Army Medical Corps during the inter-war Period, Second World War and post-war. The medal presentation ceremony was held at the Auberge d’Italie. The set […]

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